The Sixty-Six Dollar Pizza

The folks at RocketNews24 reviewed Domino's new "luxury" pizza in Japan. Topped with Kobe beef, onions, potatoes, cheese and steak sauce, one pizza will run customers 5,800 yen, or about $66 U.S. The reviewers' verdict?

"The beef here really is sublime! From the first bite, the pure tastiness of the ingredients sets off a chain reaction inside the cerebral cavity. Before you know it, you find yourself entering into a state of pizza ecstasy.”

Ultimately, potential customers will have to decide whether they think "pizza ecstasy" is worth 66 dollars a pop.

Read the full review at RocketNews24. Link -via Foodbeast

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For a luxury pizza, assuming it's ordinary pizza sized, that doesn't sound too over-the-top pricewise. A pizza's not intended to be single serving. So if you gave everyone a slice, it'd $5.50 a slice. Not quite as cheap as typical by the slice pizza, but not just crazy. And if you ate it as a meal split between two people, both would get six slices (and even by American standards, that's a decent amount of pizza), that's 33 bucks a person. Not cheap like most pizza is, but still in the range you'd expect for a something like a steak in a nice restaurant. In the scheme of restaurant dinner prices, not a bargain, but not a one-percenters only kind of evening out. I'd give it a go.
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